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Fox5: Georgetown Street Safari

April 1, 2020

Parents are getting creative as they try to keep their kids entertained while they’re at home in social isolation. In fact, a local family found a way to take their kids to the jungle without ever leaving their neighborhood.

ABC7: Stuffed Animal ‘Street Safaris,’ Meant to Help Kids Fight Lockdown Boredom, Pop Up in D.C.

April 1, 2020

About 200 Georgetown residents are participating in a “street safari” by placing stuffed animals in their windows.

Washingtonian: These Georgetown Medical Students Are Organizing Hospital Supply Donations Around the World

March 27, 2020

Unable to scrub up but eager to help the healthcare community, a group of Georgetown medical students started MedSupplyDrive, a nonprofit that collects protective gear for hospitals across the country.

Washingtonian: Families Need Food. Restaurant Workers Need Jobs. This New Delivery Service Connects Them.

March 24, 2020

Clyde’s Restaurant Group and Knead Hospitality + Design have teamed up with Martha’s Table for Food It Forward, an initiative enabling the public to purchase meals online from DC restaurants to be delivered to vulnerable populations.

Washingtonian: Here’s How You Can Get Face Masks to Healthcare Workers

March 23, 2020

The team at the Georgetown’s Carine’s Bridal Atelier are sewing face masks for hospitals. Drop off materials like dish cloths or cotton shirts at the front of the store, or donate money for supplies through the store’s gofundme.

Red Tricycle: 6 Stroller-Friendly Hikes

March 22, 2020

Stroll along Georgetown Waterfront Park’s riverfront promenade, or walk along the paved paths that crisscross the park.

Washingtonian: A Gourmet Butcher Shop Is Coming to Georgetown

March 2, 2020

Georgetown Butcher will offer humanely raised meats, seafood, and luxury products.

WTOP: National Park Service Approves Plan to Revitalize C&O Canal in Georgetown

February 27, 2020

Those dreaming of taking a stroll along a rejuvenated C&O Canal in the Georgetown area of D.C. are in for a treat: The National Park Service has approved a plan to revitalize the canal and some surrounding areas.

Washingtonian: Direct-to-Consumer Shoe Brand Allbirds Is Opening Its First DC Store in Georgetown Today

February 27, 2020

Allbirds, the shoe line known for its easy-to-slip-on and washable sneakers, is opening on M Street.

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